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Re: Compiling on RaspberryPI

Hi Rich, thanks for you reply.

Wait, I'm running the following snapshot:

are we talking about the same port (or lets say branch)?

On Tue, 2013-10-29 at 07:57 -0500, Rich Neswold wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 6:48 AM, ASV <asv%inhio.eu@localhost> wrote:
>         I'm trying to compile asterisk on my raspi and compilation
>         time aside
>         I'd say that was going fairly well (using pkgsrc) until the
>         gmp package.
>         The gmp package failed with the following:
>         tmp-addcnd_n.s: Assembler messages:
>         tmp-addcnd_n.s:141: Error: selected processor does not support
>         ARM mode
>         `bx r14'
>         *** Error code 1
>         Stop.
>         So, my question is .... am I trying something which I'm not
>         supposed to
>         due to the 'packages' often not being compilable on such
>         architecture?
>         Or I'm missing some step? Or just not all packages are ready?
> There are still some rough edges to the NetBSD/RPi port. I've had
> problems trying to compile OCaml on my RPi due to eabi issues (some
> expected low-level math routines weren't implemented.) I haven't had
> time to try it with the latest earmhf port (ARM target with hard
> floating point.)
> If you don't have the expertise to fix these problems, reporting them
> on this list is a good alternative. There are several talented
> individuals working on the port and, hopefully, you're pointing out a
> detail they overlooked.
> -- 
> Rich

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